Returning this year after a short absence, Camden Crawl opted for a slightly more adventurous, electronic-led line up than usual.
Many accounts from the weekend noted the sparsity of some of the shows, however, with some notable slots - such as Shabazz Palaces - failing to bring in expected crowds.
Now reports are claiming that the organisers of the Camden Crawl have decided to place the event in voluntary liquidation.
Sadly, this seems to mean that the festival will not now pay some of the artists who are owed outstanding fees.
A selection of tweets:
So Camden Crawl? Did you really just go into voluntary liquidation without paying us or anyone else?
— Jack Cooper (@jackmazes) July 3, 2014
— Invada Records (@invadauk) July 3, 2014
So Camden Crawl just went into voluntary liquidation. Before the bands got paid. YOU POINTY SHOED SCAMMY BASTARDS.
— Johnny Foreigner (@lexkelandjun) July 3, 2014